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Marquette Wire 17h
“I think teams shot way too high of a percentage on us last year,” women’s basketball coach said.On the perimeter, was better, ranking 119th out of 349 teams in defensive 3-point more (story by Daniel Macias):
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Marquette Wire 18h
“Volunteers were placed into groups to cover different houses, so this was a great way for students to meet people while engaging in community service,” Kelly Walker, university director of community service said. Read more (story by Donna Sarkar):
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Marquette Wire 20h
“The Commons doesn't have hand dryers because it was felt that the noise from the hand dryers would be bothersome to the people living on either side of the bathrooms” Rick Arcuri, director of student affairs operations. Read more(story by ):
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Marquette Wire Nov 16
Lovell said that despite Dan Myers leaving his position as provost, Marquette will not be moving away from the initiatives that are currently being worked on. Lovell also discussed the search for a new provost. Read more (story by ):
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Marquette Wire Nov 16
If students are paying to live in the residence halls for an entire academic year, they should have accommodations throughout the entire year, not only during classes and certain breaks. Read more in this week’s editorial:
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Marquette Wire Nov 16
Mary Hanson concluded her cross country career last weekend following her senior season. She finished in first place among the Marquette women in every race this season. Read more (story by ):
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Marquette Journal Nov 15
Spending time on is like having a picnic on a landfill; I know the only thing separating me from a heaping pile of trash is a thin blanket I got on clearance , but the potato salad is so good, I can’t be bothered. (story by ):
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MUTV Nov 15
It's hard for 90-year-old Lydia Russ to take care of herself. Marquette students stepped in to help her out this weekend, and our own was there to see it.
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Marquette Wire Nov 15
According to their website, Project Night Night‘s mission is “to provide free Night Night Packages to homeless children from birth to pre-teen who need childhood essentials” to have sources of security. Read more (story by ):
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Marquette Wire Nov 15
German American Events, LLC is hosting Milwaukee’s first Christkindlmarket at Fiserv Forum beginning Saturday. Vendors like the Milwaukee Pretzel Company have shown excitement for the upcoming event. Read more (story by ):
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Marquette Wire Nov 15
As a result of too few doctors and nurses, many inmates’ medical treatment is delayed or outright denied. In addition, many inmates struggle with mental health issues. Read more (column by ):
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Marquette Wire Nov 15
Junior is looking to add a new skill to his repertoire: defensive rebounding. "It’s something else that I’ve been trying to add to my game,” he said. Read more (story by ):
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MUTV Nov 15
Hey, hey, what do you say? It’s Thursday & guess what? We got the Marquette Minute for you today!
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Marquette Wire Nov 15
The open space on the corner of 12th & Wells will be a parking lot said Lora Strigens,university vice president for planning & facilities management. Parking permits will be available to select employees beginning in January or more:
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Marquette Wire Nov 15
A carbon monoxide detector in an apartment in The Ivy woke up residents in a neighboring apartment Nov. 3 at 7 a.m. after Burger King’s furnace began to leak. Read more (story by ):
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Marquette Wire Nov 14
The initiative aims to improve not only Arabic language skills and knowledge of the Omani culture, but also intercultural communication skills of future military officers. Read more (story by Alexa Jurado):
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Marquette Journal Nov 14
A particularly potent element of the 2018 strategy: growing support for Medicare for All. A policy that not only benefits the American public but symbolizes the commitment of the U.S. to the pursuit of health justice. Read more (column by ) :
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Marquette Wire Nov 14
Diane Foley, mother of Marquette alumnus and slain conflict journalist James Foley, visited Marquette Nov. 5-9 for the Center for Peacemaking’s Distinguished Peacemaker series. Read more (story by ):
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Natallie St. Onge Nov 14
Had the honor of interviewing Diane Foley and Thomas Durkin about James Foley and their work within the . To find out more, pick up a copy of the on newsstands and check out the story online
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Marquette Wire Nov 14
Phasing out 8 a.m. classes would ensure students aren’t signing up for courses when many are unable to perform at their peak academic abilities. Read more (column by ):
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